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Open up your Functions.php file and look for this:
// Add support for custom header add_theme_support( 'genesis-custom-header', array( 'width' => 1152, 'height' => 120 ) );
Change the numbers to your logo size and save.
It’s using something called “sprites” – http://demo.studiopress.com/minimum/wp-content/themes/minimum-two/images/icons.png. One PNG with multiple images on it. I don’t know how to use them, but since those are widget areas, I am thinking you can just add your own using HTML code in a text box possibly.
I take that back – open up the page in Text. You started your text inside the “Pin It” code which is 347px wide. So if you need it that way, widen that 347px.
Check the first page – go down to layout. It looks like you have the content-sidebar-sidebar selected instead of content-sidebar.
Dang it! Okay, I will need to figure out how to start that with the sidebars. I’ll do it tomorrow when my brain is fresh! Thanks SoZo.
You can set it up to only have a Static Page as your home page, then only place Pages in your menu. If you don’t create any blog posts, they won’t ever show up. Do you still want the featured image on the home page?
Go to Genesis > Settings. Scroll down and look for Content Archives. You can select the thumbnails there. If you don’t see a size that will fit your needs. Go to your Functions.php file look for:
/** Add new image sizes */
add_image_size( ‘grid-thumbnail’, 270, 100, TRUE );
create a new line under there like the one below and change the numbers to the width and height of how you want your new images.
add_image_size( ‘blog-page’, 650, 200, TRUE );
Once you’ve done this, then go back to Genesis > Settings, Scroll down and select the new size under Content Archives.
The Executive Theme as will any other Studiopress Responsive themes will work for you since you are already using WordPress. Here are my thoughts.
You are already using Yoast SEO but I don’t think it’s configured properly as I don’t see any keywords being added to your posts among other things.
As for using landing pages – you can create your own landing pages or for better SEO you could use Premise.
For video – will you want video on the home page and/or internal pages. Before you select a theme to purchase – review the responsive themes to see what “widgetized” area are available that have been pre-configured to develop your home page to fit your videos. This will save some time because if you select a theme that doesn’t have, let’s say, a slider or widget area already in a place where you want it – then you will have to hack the code – probably come here and ask someone how to do it. But really, really review the themes and how they look based on the content you want to put in there – this will save you a lot of time and frustration later on.
The additional features you’ve listed can be accomplished either internally or by installing a plugin.
But.. the key (at least for me) is to review the Responsive themes, their structures and try to envision the content you already have in it’s place.
Hi again @RobG, what theme are you using in this case and what exact area do you want to eliminate. This will help me and others in giving you a solution.